GQ GMC units

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7 years 10 months ago #7 by Frank
GQ GMC units was created by Frank
I have several GQ GMC units, most were kits except for the GMC-280 one which has a lcd display. The others were partial kits and have been running great since day one. Current outside one is a GMC-200 with a M4011 tube. Been out there for some time now and have had no issues so far. I have it mounted in one of them radiation shields used for temperature/humidity sensors. Using an audio extension cable and extended the power supply line. The using a audio Y cable to split the signal and feed 2 programs at the same time. Feeding RadMon and NETC. :)

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6 years 2 weeks ago - 6 years 2 weeks ago #2435 by Frank
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Had some images of my outdoor on the other site we first created for us, but since we ended up here on this great site, I'll add the image here as well.
I have one of my GMC-200 units inside the enclosure, power and audio lines lengthen to pass thru the wall to my shack located in the basement. The audio line goes into a Y splitter then to 2 USB adapters sending data to 2 different sites.
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6 years 1 week ago #2445 by OldMule
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Nifty setup! Thanks for posting the pic! :)
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